"SAF-ta" comes to Yiddish from Hebrew. It means "grandmother", and the male
counterpart is "SAH-bah".
"ZAY-deh" or "ZAY-dee" somes to Yiddish from Russian. It means "grandfather",
and the female counterpart is "BUH-beh" or "BUH-bee".
My grand-daughters in Los Angeles, who speak English, call their Chicago grandfather
"Zayde", and their Cincinnati grandfather "Saba".
To my grand-kids in Ramat Gan, who are just learning to use their mouths for something
besides eating, I will be "Zayde", and their local grandfather will be "Saba".
My wife is "Grandma" to all.
A grandma is a Bubbe. A grandpa is a Zaide.
zaide! pronounced "ZAY da"
Grandfather (or grandpa) = Zayde (זיידע)In English, it can also be spelled: Zaide, Zaidy, Zaideh, Zeyde.
Zaide was created in 1780.
Gregorio F. Zaide died in 1986.
Gregorio F. Zaide was born in 1907.
Redstu Yiddish = You speak YiddishIt can also be written "Redst du Yiddish"
Zaide is an unfinished opera by Mozart. He started its composition in 1780.
Gregorio zaide jose rizal
history by zaide zaide
Zaide Silvia Gutiérrez was born on 1959-11-02.
It is the Yiddish word for a woman who is not Jewish. It is slang in English, but it is not slang in Yiddish.
Yiddish refers to a language based loosely on German that was spoken by Jews in Central and Eastern Europe. Yiddish is the Yiddish word for "Jewish".
Zaide. Wang has written: 'Yu mi' -- subject(s): Corn
Bling is not a Yiddish word or a Hebrew word.
Just as in Hebrew, in Yiddish Shalom can mean "peace," but depending on the context, it can also mean hello or goodbye.
Spinoza is not a Yiddish word. It appears to be a Spanish name.
The Yiddish word for congratulations is Mazeltov.(pronounced MUZZLE-TOF)
It means "Dear God!" in english, and i think it means the same in Yiddish.
There is no such language as Jewish. You probably mean either Hebrew, Ladino, or Yiddish, but this word doesn't exist in any of these languages.